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For years, Shayna has been providing quality, personalized financial guidance to individuals and businesses. Surrounding herself with a knowledgeable team, the expertise ranges from basic tax management, accounting, and payroll services to more in-depth services such as financial statements, planning, and accounting technology services. In addition to her CPA, Shayna is a CITP (Certified Information Technology Professional) and a CGMA (Certified Global Management Accountant). She also has obtained the Series 7 and 66. She uses these designations to work with small businesses to help them succeed.
Deeply believing in giving back, she not only works diligently in her CPA firm but sits on several non-profit and advisory boards to make her community a better place. Currently, she sits on the Advisory Board for the Marshall University Lewis College of Business Accounting Department, the Downtown Revitalization Project Board, and The Holzer Heritage Foundation Board. She is a past board member of the Gallipolis Junior Women's Club and the Gallipolis Historical Preservation Board among other organizations.
Shayna has twice received the CPA Practice Advisor's 40 Under 40 honor. In 2014, she was selected as one of CPA Practice Advisor's Most Powerful Women in Accounting. She contributes to articles regarding tax, accounting, technology, and small business issues regularly and also blogs regarding these issues.
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